Entries tagged with: Ceremony
Turbonegro / Valient Thorr / Ceremony @ FFF Fest 2012
Fun Fun Fun Fest came to a close at Auditorium Shores on Sunday (11/4), with the Black Stage housing a Turbonegro headlining set, plus appearances by Fucked Up, Valient Thorr, The Briefs, Turbonegro, Ceremony, Camp X-Ray, Japandroids, Between the Buried and Me and many others. Pictures from the final day at Auditorium Shores including pictures from the BV-presented afterparty with Ceremony, Bleached and more, are below.
And what a weekend it was on the Black Stage, with names like X, Napalm Death, Youth of Today, Tomahawk, PiL, The Spits, and many others. If you missed any of our previous sets, check out one set from the Black Stage on day 1 HERE, a second HERE, day 2 HERE Black Lips with Val Kilmer HERE and Ume HERE.
More to come. More below...
Ceremony at FYF 2012 (more by )
BrooklynVegan is hosting one of the many Fun Fun Fun Nite shows happening this weekend as part of FFF Fest, and ours is at Red 7 on Sunday (11/4). We're on Red 7's outdoor stage with a lineup that veers a little more to the punk side of things with Old Poets (10 PM), Violent Bullshit (10:45), Bleached (11:30) and Ceremony (12:15 AM).
Meanwhile you can also wander into Red 7's indoor stage which has a mostly-metal line-up with Burnt Skull (9:30), Venomous Maximus (10:15), Wet Lungs (11 PM), Skycrawler (11:45) and post-punkers, Camp X-Ray (12:45 AM).
The show is free with your weekend or Sunday FFF wristband, first come first served based on capacity. More details at FFF's website. See you there!
photos by @griffinshot - Tim Griffin
Ceremony & Iceage - Chaos In Tejas @ Mohawk - 6/3/2012
I didn't make it in time to catch Thou and Give, but I did arrive just as Ceremony began their energetic set. Copenhagen's Iceage took the stage after, with Elias Bender Rønnenfelt often rolling off the stage into the crowd.
All this lead up to the reunion of the mighty Moss Icon, pictures of which are found here. More pictures of Ceremony and Iceage from the Mohawk show below...
by Andrew Sacher
LA rockers Joyce Manor are about to kick off a short southwest tour which comes to TX for four shows surrounding Chaos in Tejas. Those shows include Rubber Gloves in Denton (5/30) and the previously discussed Chaos in Tejas show at Beauty Ballroom on June 1 with No Age, Ceremony, The Young and Gun Outfit (tickets). Screaming Females were supposed to play that show too but unfortunately had to cancel. They'll follow that with another Chaos in Tejas show at Scoot Inn on June 2 with Touche Amore, Japanther, Creem, Post Teens, and Hounds of Hate. Tickets for that show are on sale now. That show is the first on a three-date run with Touche Amore, which also includes a Lubbock, TX show at Jake's on June 5.
The band released their second LP and first for Asian Man Records, Of All Things I Will Soon Grow Tired, last month. When I first wrote about that album, I mentioned it's combined approach to both emo and indie rock. I'd also like to mention that it begs for repeated listens and despite consisting of 9 songs in only 13 minutes, each track has got a hell of a lot of individuality. In addition to their trademark pop punk blasts, we're given two raw acoustic tracks, the slow-ish jam, "See How Tame I Can Be," the punky jangle pop of "Bride of Usher," and a fun, but slightly out of place cover of "Video Killed the Radio Star." If you still haven't heard the album, stream the whole thing over at Punknews.
All dates are listed below...
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The Young @ Bar 96 - BV-SXSW 2012 (more by Tim Griffin)
Austin's own reverb-drenched, garage punk four-piece The Young will be touring their home state throughout the next few months in support of their latest album, Dub Egg, out on May 5 via Matador Records. You can download tracks "Don't Hustle For Love" and "Why Feel Spooky?" and "Livin Free" above, and check out the cover art below. Pre-order the album here.
Their current schedule includes a trio of Austin dates. As previously mentioned, the band's set to play Red 7 opening for Frankie Rose and DIVE tonight (4/14). They also play Beauty Ballroom with No Age, Screaming Females, Ceremony, Gun Outfit, and Joyce Manor on June 1 (part of Chaos in Tejas), and have a release show at 29th Street Ballroom with Sungod and Spray Paint on June 16. Check below for a complete list of dates...
Screaming Females @ Bar 96 on 3/14 (more by Tim Griffin)
"... by the end of Screaming Females, the stage area was at capacity. The NJ 3-piece band led by pint-sized powerhouse Marissa Paternoster on guitar and vocals had the place rocking out and going nuts. The talent those three posess is truly mind-blowing, especially with a few Lone Stars in your system. I am positive that every single person at Bar 96 Wednesday night, if they weren't already, left a Screaming Females fan." [BrooklynVegan]Screaming Females, who were recently in Austin for SXSW, BrooklynVegan showcase at Bar 96 included, will be back in Austin, at the end of a tour, for a show on May 4 at Red 7 where they'll open for Tragedy (!). Criaturas are also on the bill and tickets are still on sale. Tragedy also have shows coming up in NYC and France.
You would think that maybe that show was part of Chaos in Tejas, which Screaming Females are also playing in June, but it's not. Their Chaos show happens June 1st at Beauty Ballroom with the killer lineup of No Age and Ceremony also on the bill. Tickets are still on sale for that too.
In the meantime, Screaming Female's new LP, Ugly is out TODAY (4/3) via Don Giovanni Records. Check out their new single "Expire", with an updated set of tour dates, below.
Ceremony @ Scoot Inn
Ceremony has just completed a round of dates in Austin during SXSW in celebration of Zoo, the band's latest LP out now on Matador. Check out the brand new official video for "Adult" from the record below.
The four-piece California band played the BrooklynVegan/Power of The Riff day show at Scoot Inn on Friday, 3/16, one of a select few dates for Ceremony during the festival. The Scoot Inn show was part of the "Converse/Thrasher Deathmatch", a series of day parties at the venue. Friday's day party in turn lead into our official showcase later that evening at the same venue. A full set of pictures from the day are on the way (including High on Fire) (UPDATE: More pictures posted HERE), but for now check out some shots of Code Orange Kids, Heartless, Balaclava, Trash Talk, Ceremony and Full of Hell. More of them with the new Ceremony video, below...
Andrew WK at WSC (more by BBG)
In addition to holding it down four days in a row at the near-by Hotel Vegas, we are proud to be a part of the 2012 edition of the Thrasher/Converse Deathmatch, a five-day event at Scoot Inn that kicks off on Wednesday (3/14) and terminates on Sunday (3/18). As discussed, BrooklynVegan & Power of the Riff will be in charge of the Friday-day show (on 3/16), which will end at 6PM and be followed with the BrooklynVegan/Power of The Riff/Thrasher official SXSW showcase at the same venue an hour later.
Our Friday night show at Scoot Inn is one of two night shows that are part of the mostly-daytime "Deathmatch. The other night show is a Santos Party House event on Saturday that will feature a headlining appearance from "surprise guest" Willie D of The Geto Boys (!). The rest of the lineup for the Deathmatch, including set times, below....
Deerhoof at ATP NJ (more by Dana (distortion) Yavin)
MWTX returns in 2012 with three days (3/15 - 3/17) worth of parties at 1100 Warehouse @ 1100 e5th St (map it). Among the confirmed are names like Built to Spill, A$AP Rocky, Cults, Yelle DJs, Tycho, Purity Ring, Deerhoof, Chairlift, Ceremony (who is also playing the BV/POTR show), Cloud Nothings, and many many others. Flyer for the show and full lineup is below. Stay tuned for more announcements, including who that mystery "?????" is.